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Hi, so as the title says I've been haven problems with my memory.
Recently I got two blue screen's with the same problem, which is MEMORY-MANAGEMENT. So I checked my ram and I did put them on the correct slots (I think so)!

I put some images of the BSOD and my ram order.
(Sorry but the photo is outdated I now put the rgb ones on A1 & B1 and the corsair ones in A2 & B2)

 

Thank you for taking the time on helping me

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Plus: When I see my ram slots on CPU-Z it says that on slot 1 and 2 are my hyper x sticks, despite being on slot 1 and 3.
Is that correct?

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Make certain that your RAM is all running at the exact same frequency, timings, etc. Mismatched RAM is always a mixed bag whether it works or not, especially when they are from different vendors, let alone rated for different speeds.

 

R9 3900x, 32gb 3200mhz corsair dominator RGB, 1070Ti Founders Edition, HP 512GB PCIe M.2 SSD

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2 minutes ago, Nerdom said:

Make certain that your RAM is all running at the exact same frequency, timings, etc. Mismatched RAM is always a mixed bag whether it works or not, especially when they are from different vendors, let alone rated for different speeds.

 

I thought of that when buying the sticks, but the 4 of them are ddr4 2400mhz, sooo...

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1 minute ago, PobloPomodoro said:

I thought of that when buying the sticks, but the 4 of them are ddr4 2400mhz, sooo...

Check your timings - ram frequency isn’t everything,

 

IMO I would have just gotten the same kit, even if it wasn’t RGB, but that bridge has passed.

R9 3900x, 32gb 3200mhz corsair dominator RGB, 1070Ti Founders Edition, HP 512GB PCIe M.2 SSD

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44 minutes ago, PobloPomodoro said:

I thought of that when buying the sticks, but the 4 of them are ddr4 2400mhz, sooo...

I find hyper x rgb 2400mhz cl15
Corsair vengeance with cl14-16
mhz rating is only part of the story

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soooooo in summary I fucked up because I didn't check the timing of the different pair of sticks?

 

if that's the case I'ma use one pair of the ram sticks and sell the others to get the same kit as nerdom said

 

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1 hour ago, PobloPomodoro said:

soooooo in summary I fucked up because I didn't check the timing of the different pair of sticks?

 

if that's the case I'ma use one pair of the ram sticks and sell the others to get the same kit as nerdom said

 

Yep basically

R9 3900x, 32gb 3200mhz corsair dominator RGB, 1070Ti Founders Edition, HP 512GB PCIe M.2 SSD

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1 hour ago, Nerdom said:

Yep basically

Thank you for you help man, new to this shit

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